The bold composition of the works uses elegant brushstrokes and color to depict familiar subjects such as flowers and garden plants in a spontaneous manner. Truly, the Rinpa art style, perfected by Korin Ogata, is one of the pinnacles of Edo culture. “Rinpa Ko-Imari” is a continuation of this style, and its designs have blossomed through the devotion and passion of potters. The elegant beauty of this style based on indigo reflects the heart of the Japanese people.
About the product photos
Our online store’s product pages show multiple photos. However, the product delivered to our customers corresponds to the contents shown in the first photo.
Photographs showing multiple items of the same product lined up or stacked together, or taken with other products, are shown solely for reference and are not intended to correspond to the contents of our product offering.
Each product is individually handcrafted by artisans. As such, their dimension, shape, color, patterns, etc. may have some individual variation resulting from the way in which the pottery was fired and the precise raw materials that were used. Although we inspect each of our products to ensure the satisfaction of our customers, we ask for your understanding regarding the fact that different color depths and small splotches of paint and distortions in the products’ shape that do not affect their use are part of their characteristics. In addition, please note that the colors and textures of the actual products may differ slightly from what is visible on the screen, depending on the monitor environment and the browser used.
• We make every effort not to list items that are out of stock. However, due to sudden large orders, we may find out that an item is out of stock after an order has been placed.